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Dane Clark Overview:

Actor, Dane Clark, was born on Feb 26, 1912 in Brooklyn, NY. Clark died at the age of 86 on Sep 11, 1998 in Santa Monica, CA .

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He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Television.

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On DVD: , Janis Paige, and Zachary Scott in Her Kind of Man (1946)

By KC on Jan 2, 2019 From Classic Movies

One of my favorite things about the snappy programmers cranked out by studios like Warner Bros is that they often feature players who deserve a brighter spotlight. They don’t have the booming personas of the big stars, and they are often called the “poor man’s” version of som... Read full article


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Dane Clark Quotes:

Wolf: [He and Tin Can have been forced to physically subdue Dakota, who's losing his grip during a particularly fierce depth-charging of the 'Copperfin'] Sorry I had to sock ya'.
Tin Can: It was either your chin, or the boat, Dakota. There was nothing else we could do. We gotta' take it. We can't win if we can't take it. Don't you know that?


[Speaking over Hankey's grave]
Johnny Tallon: Hankey was a good man. He didn't have any feelings about anything. All he had was loyalty.


'Handsome': [Referring to a famous singer Joe has told him he knows] So what did she do?
Joe Fingers: She burned. She gave me a look that curled my hair, and she walked out,


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Dane Clark Facts
His father owned a sporting goods store in New York City.

Was considered at one point to play Al Jolson in a remake of "The Jazz Singer" but the whole idea was scrapped for years later until Danny Thomas was given a title role in the early 1950s remake.

Made his Broadway debut in Orson Welles' Mercury Theatre production of "Panic in 1935.

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